A Hockey Toast To Elvis

33 years ago today, Elvis Presley died at his Graceland mansion. Well here’s our little tribute to The King: three of the table cards my wife and I made for our wedding, mixing her love of Elvis with, of course, hockey. 

Rather than just table numbers, each guest card assigned you to a table by naming its penalty, as in “Jane Doe / Elbowing.” A few women at the “Hooking” table got a particularly wry chuckle out of the gimmick.

Elvis - HookingElvis - ChargingElvis - Spearing

So as fans around the world pay their respects to The King, cue up an Elvis song on your iPod today and enjoy.

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5 Responses to A Hockey Toast To Elvis

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  2. Col. Tom Parker says:

    Elvis is dead? Come on Jack, EAP ain’t dead. Next thing you’re gonna tell me the Caps are trading for a defensive defenseman complete with grit. BTW I think I was seated at the Charging table. Peanut butter and ‘nana sandwich anyone?

  3. Ralph Hass says:

    Hey Mike,

    My wife and I just celebrated anniversary #22 on Friday the 13th:) Gretzky was traded from Edmonton to LA just four days earlier in 1988.

    Would have been great to see Elvis do the anthem at a Predators’ game!

    Ralph Hass
    – MSG-TV imaging voice for the NHL’s Buffalo Sabres (2006 – 2009)

  4. Ralph, congrats on the anniversary!

    And I *love* the idea of an anthem at a Preds game by an Elvis impersonator — unless they can find the King himself, of course. 🙂 Sadly this season the Preds are in San Jose on January 8, but eventually this needs to happen.

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